Mountlake Terrace is used to playing against schools with higher enrollment numbers. It didn’t trip them up during conference play, as evidenced by their rout of Stanwood earlier this season, when Khyree Amrstead (22) blocked a shot attempt by Stanwood’s Nate Kummer (33) on Tuesday, Jan. 30. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Mountlake Terrace is used to playing against schools with higher enrollment numbers. It didn’t trip them up during conference play, as evidenced by their rout of Stanwood earlier this season, when Khyree Amrstead (22) blocked a shot attempt by Stanwood’s Nate Kummer (33) on Tuesday, Jan. 30. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

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